The Street Lawyer
Publish date: January 5th 1999
Publisher: Island Books
Pages no: 464
Edition language: English
This book was ok. I seem to always be disappointed with Grisham. Because of all the hype and the bestseller status, I expect so much more. Although the stories are usually well-written, I just don't find them interesting or worth my time. This book took me FOREVER to finish...lol
As with many John Grisham books he introduces us to a controversial topic. In this case; the homeless people of Washington DC and the lawyers who strive for their rights. Grisham has done his homework and produced a ‘good read’ based on a factual theme.
I don't read too many John Grisham novels, but this one was recommended to me when I was without a book one holiday. I really enjoyed the story and I can understand why he is so popular. Although much of the plot is a fairly predictable battle of good vs. evil set around the backdrop of a man's ma...
This book did get a little slow and boring at parts, I was kind of done with the whole law-aspect by the time I finished it. But, it was a great story! It was an original story and it was refreshing to see something tackle a subject as sensitive as homelessness. Even with it being a bit boring towar...
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